Tag Archives: 930

28 Jun

Weekly Roundup 06/28/14 – From oldest, a Porsche 911SCR conversion to newest, a 991-based RUF RT35

We went to “coast-to-coast” as we say here in America with what is essentially the first RUF-modified Porsche model, a 911 SCR, and a nearly new Porsche 991-based RUF RT35. Although there isn’t much of anything RUF left on the … Continue reading

22 Jun

Weekly Roundup 06/22/14 – new and old Porsche and RUF VIN 911s

First of all, happy summer to all Ruf Registry followers. Here in Los Angeles, summer has hit hard and hot and it has inspired me to try and plan some great road trips of my own. I would be driving … Continue reading

16 Apr

The Amazing Photography of Jesper van der Noord

I comb the forums, blogs, enthusiast and photo upload sites pretty often. Most of the time I’m excited to come across some photos of a car I haven’t seen or something unique, but it is truly refreshing to come across … Continue reading

14 Jan

Will the real RUF NATO please stand up?

I’ve received a few e-mails recently asking about the RUF NATO and I’ve really come up somewhat empty on good hard info regarding not only the spec of the car, but its current whereabouts. One thing is for sure though, … Continue reading

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03 Jan

Sports Car International, September 1989

Sports Car International’s Jesse Crosse and Tim Andrews head to Europe to test a then-new RUF CTR (not the Yellowbird though, as evidenced by the lack of NACA ducts on the rear 1/4 panels) finished in “Yellowbird Yellow”. It is … Continue reading

04 Nov

Have you seen this BTR?

A member of the Pelicanparts forum has reached out to the forum in hopes of finding a BTR he used to own. The car is a 1985 BTR with RUF VIN number W09TA0341GPR06026. It has some modifications like Kinesis wheels, … Continue reading

19 Jun

RUF Brochure

A great period brochure for the US market that starts off with introducing prospective customers to federalized, non-grey-market importation of RUF automobiles and describes the conversion process for current 911 Turbo owners. ┬áThen some technical details about the BTR are … Continue reading